Silverstone for many is the birthplace of Formula 1, with the circuit hosting the British Grand Prix every year.
This track has received several modifications over the years, but this remains a circuit where most of the corners are at high speed.
To stay ahead of the competition, we have a setup prepared for you to help you.
Great Britain setting or setting
The car setup screens are the same as in F1 2021, so you should be able to quickly locate yourself. These are the settings that we recommend you use if you are just starting out in the game courtesy of the site RacingGames:
- Front wing – 6
- Rear wing – 8
To keep the car planted through the fast corners of the circuit you will need a wing level a little higher than the midpoint, but without exceeding it as it will negatively affect your speed in a straight line.
A 6-8 should work really well to make the car predictable, especially through corners like Copse and Stowe.
- Differential when accelerating: 70%
- Differential when decelerating: 55%
A 70-55 on the differentials should be enough to get a good exit out of the corners and to be able to rotate the car in braking zones.
- Front drop: -2.50 °
- Rear drop: -2.00 °
- Conv./Div. forward: 0.06 °
- Conv./Div. rear: 0.20 °
For the geometry we follow the same configuration that we have recommended in all our guides. First we have the maximum value for the front and the minimum for the rear when it comes to the fall.
To this is added a bit of Conv.Div. forward to hit the sweet spot.
- Front suspension: 3
- Rear suspension: 5
- Front roll bar: 2
- Rear roll bar: 6
- Front chassis height: 2
- Rear Chassis Height: 8
Both the suspension and the roll bars have soft levels in the front and medium values in the rear. You will likely start to experience oversteer if the rear settings are stiffer, so this setup should work to keep the car level.
Chassis height is kept at 2-8 just like our other guides to avoid damaging the floor when passing through the pianos.
- Brake pressure: 100%
- Front braking: 56%
Considering that the circuit has simple braking zones, 100% brake pressure is not bad at all. If you start to block the tires a lot, we recommend that you lower it a little.
The braking is set towards the front to avoid any type of lock on the rear tires, something that is very common in this game.
- Right front tire pressure: 23.0psi
- Left Front Tire Pressure: 23.0psi
- Right rear tire pressure: 23.5psi
- Left rear tire pressure: 23.5psi
These levels should be kind enough on the tires to support a full stint. The front left wheel is one of those that suffers the most at Silverstone, so you can lower the pressure on this a bit if you think the degradation is too high.
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